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AGCL
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How to sum specific metrics into an 100% project ?

Hello community.


I've been trying my best as a beginner to get better in Power BI, although I got into a hardship while trying to create a chart that speaks simultaneously with several different data.
I want to make a chart showing the evolution of a project in percentage overtime as I have multiple equipments being used and they are supposed to be my metrics of carrying on with the project.

 

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I'm not very familiar with DAX yet, so I would like create a table that sum all this upper equipments columns and structure it to speak with my other percentage table.

 

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So I can do this forecast of 100% project progress and how long I'm taking to get there over the months, I already have my calendar table speaking with my first table even though I stuck into creating this new table, should I need to structure an analysis of months - percentage finished and make it speak with calendar table ?
Thanks in advance for your time.
Dictionary :
Escopo - Scope
Utilizada - Used
Faltante - To go
Categoria - Category

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v-stephen-msft
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Hi @AGCL ,

 

From what I understand, what you want to achieve is one table to join another table. I recommend that you can create relationships to resolve. Or use the CROSSJOIN function or the UNION function to solve it.

 

Best Regards,

Stephen Tao

 

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